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11 and i'll call you in the order that you are listed on the agenda. first we have bruce wilson, francine simon, so if you could step forward. because we have i believe 44 applicants for our next agenda item, i am asking all applicants to be brief today, and to limit their comments to under two minutes. mr. wolfe, i know you presented at our last rules committee meeting but if you could speak to your experience on the sunshine task force and reasons why you would like to continue your priorities during that presentation that would be great. >> i appreciate that. i'll make it brief. my name is bruce wolfe i served on the sunshine task force 2005 with one year hiatus. i became interested in it because of various issues surrounding city college at the time. and just in general, i think it's a great idea that we all, you know, have some oversight and some look-see at transparency and making sure that the public and the city family has their just due in making sure everything is clean, and moves forward smoothly. i have pretty extensive research and background in studying constitutio
- around its a memorial and celebration of life >>> and dr. phil wilson lost his eldest son to cancer >>> and extraordinary an ordinary boy >>> he was 12 when he was diagnosed with leukemia after treatments and a failed transplant he died during this time this boy lived an amazing life >>> once the leukemia struck it was fully in passion as a human being he was determined to be alive and live well and leave his mark >>> he lifted weights joined swim team and became an artist and taught its debt about rock- and-roll >>> he was much more devoted to being as smart and present and as alive as a human being could be taught me and others a lot about that. >>> this father shares his son's story and hopes to help others dealing with catastrophic illness and moss dr. wilson has written a memoir after noah valley the san francisco neighborhood where they live a frank account of the family thrown into crisis and put into stressed >>> these illnesses strip us to the bone we're not the same things come out of as we don't always like and things cannot that are great and good >>> wilson is a psychia
is a household name. they are not. chris wilson, charged with replacing the pro bowl talent. >> he has always been the guy to say -- we plan to show them there's not be a drop-off. injackson has been years.ton four chris wilson was cut and at a football. been a man ofys faith like i say. you continue to prepare as if an opportunity will present itself. >> wilson made this year's and now he is playing a prominent role. >> the situation is unfortunate. injuries happen. nobody's going to feel sorry for us. still be football played on sunday. wejust go out and do what asked to do. need a win on sunday. new york beat carolina last year. was pounded. three interceptions. d twice.acke was pulled from the game in quarter and sat on the bench. a big learning experience for newton. golf fans are applying the championship in the plant. best of created some great drama, especially this guy, jim furyk. he had an incredible 29 on the front. 29. the rest were 3's. he finally had a bogey on the 14th. a 64, seven under par. the lead. the nfl officials met this week to settle their financial dispute. had very
, he was walk walking that a very difficult situation because of what wilson did when he transferred in last year and the great success he had. want want -- second and ten. >> brad: delayed blitz coming. he's going deep. seidlin, overshot and flag flies in with chase hammond down there. and mosthammed seisay was guy covering. was the pass catchable? that's the other question. >> referee: pass interference defense, number 4. 15-yard penalty. automatic first down. >> brad: huge penalty, there haven't been many but that's a big one. >> todd: they are running stride for stride. there was a little contact. >> brent: there it is, right hand had him on shoulder right on the 8 and 9. good call. >> brad: wisconsin first down at the 40. 2:08 remaining. >> brad: here comes the blitz. ball, quick opening draw trying to get something out of it and does get four. >> todd: danny o'brien is a little better running the two-minute offense and he might have played in this game even if stave was okay because of his experience with this part of the game. >> brad: 1:45 left. o'brien, low sn
to be truthful once we are in the white house. [cheers and applause] let us say to americans as woodrow wilson said in his campaign of 1912, "let me inside the government, and i will tell you what is going on there." [cheers and applause] wilson believed and i believe that the destiny of america is always safer in the hands of the people than in the conference rooms of any elites. so let us give our country the chance to elect a government that will see and speak the truth for this is a time for the truth in the life of this country. and this is also a time not for death but for life. in 1968, many americans thought they were voting to bring our sons home from vietnam in peace. and since then, 20,000 of our sons have come home in coffins. i have no secret plan for peace. i have a public plan. and as one whose heart has ached for the past 10 years over the agony in vietnam i will halt the senseless bombing of indo china on inaugural day. [applause] [cheers and applause] there will be no more asian children running ablaze from bombed out schools. there will be no more talk of bombing the cities
. simon. >> thank you. i actually worked with la latifa simon. thank you next we have kai wilson forsley. >> i'm kai wilson forsley and i'm a little excited to be here to serve on this particular task force. i'm sure you guys reviewed my information because, i guess have to. in terms of citizen access, i organize event in which individuals can engage with their public servants, as well as work with those individuals. i put on a yearly event in the tenderloin, and i work with the police and the schools, and things like that, in terms of public access. i'm also on a library committee that's sponsoring a series of voter education events. i'm a leader on that committee. and i've been appointed as one of 12 people by the city librarian, to make policy recommendations for the public library. and as we know, the public library is the largest public accessible learning institution in the country so that definitely speaks to public access and civic access qualifications. in terms of participation in local government, me being here with my ample qualifications for local government, people always s
, and he is the president of the united states. wilson, he is sick. but he sends his secretary of state to the convention to emcee the convention. >> host: he wanted the nomination. >> guest: he wanted the nomination, and harding, coolidge, hoover, fdr is on the ticket as a vice presidential candidate, and so you have this hook and so much else going on with the league of nations and everything other thing. and 1960, we move on to where you have three titanic personalities. we don't have six but we have three of the biggest name brands in presidential personalities ever. kennedy, nixon, johnson, and so very, very different. so very, very different amibitions in terms of personal, and something which i think resonates so much with folks who are reading books today. 1948, a great cliffhanger, and we love to listen to the experts and get the weather reports, and they're always wrong, and the polls are always wrong, and the experts are always wrong, and by god we love it when we're smarter than they are, and it turns out we can look back in hindsight and see how wrong they were in 1948. and
down on the farm. movie star vince vaughn and owen wilson shoot scenes at stanford university for an upcoming film. >> living on a budget doesn't mean you have to give up on all the fun. i'm michael finney. later on 7 on your side, three tips to put you on the road to fun and financial secu 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. >> "finding nemo 3d "is playing in movie theaters this weekend. but giving the oscar the special effects was no easy task. they spent nine months converting files from an antiquated computer program, then they had to go through the movie frame by frame to decide which parts wer
starring vince vaughn and owen wilson. we were there with the star-struck students. >> there's music in the air. >> a shout. ♪ >> the last time they were together on the big screen was in "the wedding crashers." we are going to get drunk. but lately vince vaughn and owen wilson have been showing up again on college campuses. >> it's owen wilson, oh, my god! owen wilson! >> here they are walking with the notre dame football team, and the duo was recently spotted at georgia tech filming scenes for the upcoming movie "the interns." now they are filming for scenes for the movie at stanford. >> a lot of times it will say stanford, but it won't be stanford, so it's cool to see them do it at stanford. >> the crew was kept a healthy distance away while they filmed, but a professor had a front row seat from his office window and tweeted this photo of vaughn and wilson shooting a dialogue scene with a sound guy off to the side. they play two unemployed 40-somethings who come here in hopes of landing a coveted internship at google. their characters try hard not to stand out, but in real life
response. almost a half a century has passed since the now ex- klansman elwin wilson hit you at a lunch counter in a south carolina bus station. after years of regret, elwin finally apologized to you in 2009. he has spoken out against bigotry and intolerance. i want to go to a clip of him speaking on the oprah winfrey show about what happened the day he attacked you. oprah winfrey: were you a member of the ku klux klan? elwin wilson: oh, yeah. oprah winfrey: you were. elwin wilson: mm-hmm. oprah winfrey: was he the only person you beat up that day? elwin wilson: no. oprah winfrey: no. elwin wilson: after he was beat and bloody and all, he- policeman came up and asked him, said, "do you all want to take out a warrant?" oprah winfrey: press charges. elwin wilson: right. oprah winfrey: yeah. elwin wilson: make charge. he said, "no." said, "we're not here to cause trouble." amy goodman: that was elwin apologizing to you, the ex- klansman. describe what he did to you during the freedom rides, and tell us what they were. rep. john lewis: on may 9th, 1961, my seat mate, a young white gentleman
alert" in vallejo stalled big rig past wilson blocking right lane. a bit of slowing past, fortunately early enough and toe rigs are en route. still -- tow rigs are en route. >>> a tale of two san joses. this morning residents are weighing competing versions of police cuts. last night separate meetings were held to tackle the growing crisis. terry mcsweeney is live at the police department. >> reporter: the question is, how do you do more with less? police union saying we need more officers. city saying we couldn't agree with you more, we jut don't have the money many meeting last night at city hall, city leaders and resident of san jose heard police response times to violent crimes are close to seven minutes, that is up. the goal is six minutes. police officers' union held its own meeting to talk about crime prevention and how people can protect themselves. the city has 1,000 police officers right now, down from 1400, four years ago. controversy over whether the city can afford more police. >> it would take 21 million dollars to give the union a raise for all of the police officers. t
tomorrow? i have the answer coming up >> i'm ken bastida live in the marin headlands, mobile 5, owen wilson and vince vaughn are shooting a,, >> the bay area is a hotbed for electric cars >> there is one thing holding the area back from an electric revolution. we show you the dots on the map that show you just how many charging stations there are and for many drivers that is not enough. one peninsula company has come up with a cure for range anxiety. >> the vehicle charging station at christie field is popular with electric car owners. mark plugs his car in and then spends time convincing others that they should to >> you go to a friend's house and plug in and spend the weekend >> he has to do that because a lot of people still have their doubts about buying a car back in trouble less than 100 mi.. >> the concern that he will run out of juice israel until you have an electric car in which when you realize 90% of the time you plug in when you get home and to unplug it when you leave >> buyers still need reassurance that charging stations will be available if necessary. forest north is helpin
'll call them. - where's your counsel, ms. wilson? - i had to let mr. exley go, your honor. after he posted bond, he seemed to misunderstand the nature of our relationship. as i have no financial resources to hire another attorney, i'll be representing myself. - if this is another delaying tactic-- - not at all. in light of the tragic suicide of iris peterson, i'd like to file a motion to dismiss. the state doesn't have a shred of evidence to support the charges against me. - does the d.a.'s office still have a case, ms. foster? - yes, your honor. we're holding a material witness to several violent crimes orchestrated by delia wilson, including what we intend to prove was the murder of iris peterson. - i run a matchmaking business. these strong-arm tactics are the d.a.'s attempt to blackmail me into revealing the names of my clients. - we're pursuing a charge of homicide. the m.e.s report ruling the circumstances of iris peterson's death undetermined, pending investigation. - which i'll be retaining my own experts to refute. the m.e., melinda warner, has a personal relationship with accused
traffic alert that is still in effect in vallejo. this piece of land of high with 37 but there wilson ave. this is no big rig brought in the right lane. you see slowing in both directions across the stretch. you see the late train which tracks on the golden gate bridge. you will find something work up there on soft on watt won for sir francis drake will part of the way down to the water tunnel. his a look at the time sabre travel camera in oakland. nice clear right of way out for is how street. it's about a 50 minute drive time on your front a 80 from 238 towards the base. russified 80 not backing up the tab for the all to log house. it picked up over road work on highway 24 near the caldecott tunnel. mass- transit no delay. >>> we'll to the floor of. >>> you see the space shuttle endeavor. it was being carried on top of a modified jumbo jet. suppose to be flown over the bay area on friday. >>> over the been in my becoming difficult because of the fog. on his way from florida and 40 touchdowns in houston and then come to california this weekend. this always good to look >>> i'm hoping peo
to play one co-leader is just an rose. tied with brent snedecker. brian wilson cannot part of the postseason for the giants but the biggest cheerleader in the dugout with the 49er caps back with the second tommy john surgery the real time the john was in town. >>> the only thing i want to know about wilson when he had this surgery did he shave the beard off for cleanliness >>> know that is it the trademark now that is part of him >>> everybody has said its stake in baseball >>> ,,
-3 and struck again. he catches them on the run the ad said ucla 27-20. brian wilson not part of the postseason for the giants, he will be their biggest cheerleader, with the 49er cap, back after his second tommy john surgery. his right elbow reconstructed. he'll be ready in the spring. the actual tommy john at a kaiser function the first have this procedure in 1974 is a fan of the bearded one. >>> i want to know on wilson did they make him shave his beard off for cleanliness >>> know that as part of him now. >>> everybody has a stake in baseball >>> steinbrenner would not allow those shenanigans. >>> there were left dangling 300 ft. in the air throw seekers on arrived at not to bury farm in southern california now there is fallout what happens to the riot that broke down twice in one month and five others that story plus we watched the giants will they clinched the west tonight? that does it for this addition, will see you at 11. good night. good night. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the following is a paid advertisement for the best of the carol burnett show dvd collection. (tarzan yell) you laughed with h
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and he ran against woodrow wilson and a dreadful campaign he was the odds favor, but ultimately lost california by 4000 votes and therefore the election. he went to bed the night of the election thinking he had one. franklin roosevelt was said that wilson supporter went to bed thinking he's had one also. and the next morning the returns from the midwest and particularly california came in and it turned out that wilson one the election just rarely. roosevelt continued as assistant secretary of the navy and then he has to act to private practice in new york city. roosevelt in 1920 became the vice residential candidate of the democratic party, running with governor james cox of ohio. they got trapped by calvin coolidge and warren harding, coolidge's republican party. and at the same time after harding was elected, he was appointed hughes secretary of state. one year later, their fortunes seem to have gne one going up in one going down. hughes became an extraordinarily successful secretary of the state. he convened a disarmament conference in washington in 1821 and he negotiated a reduct
this is a sad day for the wilson center. i am sure that nancy would be happy that we're going ahead with doing things here. i want to cover the history of diplomacy and iran in 12 minutes. [laughter] i'm not going to do a with those bags, the history of the world and 5 seconds. it is a very long story that has been going on since 2002 when an iranian resistance group revealed that iran had things going on. in 2003, i started with a october come in 2003, but the investigation started in february of 2003, when a nuclear watchdog flew into tehran. iran is going ahead with its nuclear program. it feels justified, saying its nuclear program is a peaceful effort to generate electricity and that it has an inalienable right to do this. the u.s. position is that iran is secretly seeking to develop nuclear weapons and, under the guidance of the npc, and under the guise of the technology that is the same technology used to make a power reactor, under the guise of that, they're pushing ahead toward a weapon. up until october, 2003, the united states was pushing very hard to get iran referred to
on the task force for 10 years, and the interest that ms. simon and ms. wilson have shown is certainly admirable. however i think in addition to the disability factor, i think there is one other thing that gives an edge to mr. wolfe, and that is, as you know, at this time, the committee on information technology and the department of technology are attempting to consolidate and upgrade the city's electronic record system with respect to storage backup and retrievable. and this is an area where the task force is -- as you can imagine, very interested. and mr. wolfe has long experience in information technology. that is a matter of fact -- as a matter of fact, what he does professionally. so i think that that should merit strong consideration as you go forward. again, i think, you know, mr. wolfe has served on the task force. he's done so in an admirable fashion. thank you. >> chair kim: thank you. >> good afternoon. my name is diana d. matthews, a small business othe owner. i'm here to speak on behalf of my colleague and friend, kai wilson forsley. every day, kai works for public access
to death. in the first years of world war i. he came back to washington to run woodrow wilson's food program. he was so beloved that in 1920, frank roosevelt asked him to run for president as a democrat. he, roosevelt, would run as his vice president. >> how extraordinary. do we have any other movements that can be traced in our time, thinking of the conservatives, the people today who dominate conservatism. there are a bunch of names that sort of came in after barry goldwater and reshaped conservative party. is that analogous, in any way? >> well, these young people, mind you now we are talking 1960. these are people in their 20's. they were informed by their professors -- dewey and santayana and other university people, harvard people who preached a reform movement as necessary to solving problems of the american city, which was in many cases near anarchy. so they were united by this face. science became their religion. -- by this faith. science became their religion. they understood that they could make the world anew, one of the reasons they joined with wilson in going to paris i
would like to welcome you all to the wilson center this morning. it's very nice that you could join us. also joining us is a bigger audience that is following these proceedings on c-span. i need to give you a bit of an explanation about howard's and rob's absence this morning. they planned to be here but a very sad and unfortunate event for the wilson center family made them be elsewhere. as we gather here in washington , they are on their way to bloomington, indiana, along with the center's president and c.e.o., jane harman, the chairman of our board of trustee's joe guilden horn and members of our senior staff, to attend a memorial service for nancy ann lee, the wife of our former president and c.e.o., lee hamilton, who passed away last month in tragic circumstances. the wilson center community loved nancy dearly. we mourn these extraordinary losses and embrace him and his family at this time of sadness and remembrance. early last year, we convened a meeting in this very room to reflect on an unsuccessful effort led by brazil and turkey in may 2010 to bring iran into compliance with
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, and the line backers. >> well they were great in wedding crashers. vince vaughn and owen wilson were the sideline crashers at the 49ers-lions game. >> do we have a special guest here? come on, you recognize this guy. >> vaughn and wilson are paired together again in a movie set in silicon valley. that's what they are doing around town. they watch the game decked out in red and enjoy the victorious 9er locker room celebration. >> who is better than us? >> nobody! >> fun. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> wonder if they suffered hearing loss. that was pretty loud. >> i'm sure the players are like, what are you doing in here? >> how fun. >>> well, "nightline" is up next. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. abc news continues tomorrow at 4:30. and we are always available at abc7news.com. >> check us out there. we appreciate your time as always. see you tomorrow.
, starting with brian wilson going down early, to melky cabrera getting suspected. but no matter what happened, they over came it. >> the guy's passionate team chemistry is what builds in the spot they need. this organization speaks for itself, one of the most classy organizations. >> i think you want to get it done as soon as you can. i think it will be important to keep a good focus these last ten games. so we need to enjoy them, as well. >> as well as the goal was to get to the playoffs, i can't even breathe. what a fun ride. >> let's not forget the culture that bruce bochy creates, or the culture that brian creates, it is incredible. to the original point, if the fans were not there and were not supporting us, i don't know if it could be possible. >> and the giants were celebrating and having a good time in the clubhouse, it seemed more subdued compared to 2010. that was the way they won two years ago. but manager bruce bochy said it was important to keep that momentum going, until the playoffs. >> thank you, jamie, by the way, one other note, tim lincecum was scheduled to start t
and 10 from the 24. >> the packers playing at the goal line as wilson scrambles to keep it alive. it's a wilson loft to the end zone is fumbled by tate with ginnings -- who do they give it to? touchdown!jennings -- who do th to? touchdown! >> one says touchdown. the other said no time. has to be looked at because it is a score. still an official down there in the pile looking. >> golden tate gets away with one of the most blatant pass interference calls i've ever seen. >> jennings intercepted and he walks out as the player of the game. >> that's mike tirico and jon gruden with the call on espn. you saw the two officials there. one said touchdown, the other said time-out meaning session. jennings comes down with the ball and golden tate has a piece of it too. look here, the officials, touchdown on the right, not a touchdown on the left. time ex-peered eventually. ruled a touchdown on the field. the officiating crew took more than ten minutes to review it to come back with a call that would decide the game. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre
feet. >> when the storm moved through charles wilson and his 12-year- old son were getting out of their car. >> we came down -- >> the old pine tree in his yard, the one he could not wait to cut down, was coming down on them. >> i ran that way. luckily it fell right there. i feel blessed. >> call it province oarlock. the tree landed between wilson and his son. >> somebody was looking out for me. >> a few blocks away -- crews are doing the delicate job of removing a huge tree that toppled over a home. >> he will find a place in which to plant it. >> the guys below will start removing it. >> he was -- she was inside her more than 100-year-old house when the storm hit. she thought the place shake. >> i saw that the front of my porch was down. there was glass and everything everywhere. >> extensive roof, gutters, and what damage -- the home is not structurally sound. >> they said is not trustworthy to be in their. >> a house partially crushed by a tree and a storm costs might. the cleanup continues. we are told it could be weeks or months before this home is in shape to be livable.
for the weather. steve, what's the latest? >> at the wilson bridge -- sorry, 395 at duke street, looks good northbound and southbound moving smoothly from springfield to the 14th street bridge. looks good all the way to dumphries on 95. things look good on both sides of the beltway and across the wilson bridge between alexandria and oxon hill. no problems in the through lanes or the local lanes. in springfield, just a little volume. from newington to springfield, moving at speed. back to you. >> thank you. the washington nationals extending their lead in the nl leadto 6.5 games. they had some heavy hitting from ryan zimmerman with his 21st psalm one of the year. great pitching from gonzales once again. his 19th win of the season. another great game for the nationals. >> there is a new twist in the debate over who should help pay to keep metro open its playoff games go late. metro wants the nationals to pay $30,000 to keep metro open late. major-league baseball is worried about the nationals paying for it because it could set precedents in other cities. >> may be an opening for roger clemens
wilson bridge shutting down the shoulder each way. no serious backup. should be gone in 15 minutes. construction on 95 at 123 shutting down various lanes each way. but as you can see a live look at 123, no serious backup. heading further north at pohick road, about a 13-minute drive on the 95 to the prince william parkway. >> thank you, mike. >>> still to come this morning, how the former school of yeardley love is honoring the lacrosse player killed by her boyfriend. >>> a developing story in chicago, where the teachers will work late in the day. negotiations between the teachers union and the board broke down. they couldn't agree on class size, teacher pay, evaluations, and job security. >> they're going to let people do school reform in the name of school reform in a way that makes the schools better. >> teachers, we don't want a strike. that's not our premise. but right is right. as teachers, we want to do what's right for our students. >> school officials will open some schools in chicago for half a day so kids can eat breakfast and lunch. the school system is asking community
rookie quarterback showing poise and skill, here in seattle, russell wilson, 22 yards to thoenlt mccoy for his first career touchdown and perhaps a shocker as seattle leads dallas, 20-7. >> chris: thank you, patrick. in fact, 15 of the starting quarterbacks in the nfl are 28 and under and two in this game including bradford. >> chris: he was wide open. bradford gets him. touchdown, rams! 34 yards, sam bradford to brandon gibson. they hooked up in detroit last week for a it to. >> tim: this may be the best i've ever seen. >> chris: 63-yard drive on four plays. and the rams have their first lead of the day in their home opener. ♪ [ male announcer ] start with nothing. build a ground-breaking car. good. now build a time machine. go here. find someone who can build a futuristic dashboard display. bring future guy back. watch him build a tft display like nothing you've ever seen. get him to explain exactly what that is. the thin-film transistor display -- [ male announcer ] mnh, maybe not. just show it. customize the dash. give it park assist, that fuel efficiency flower thing. [ male
:00 in the wilson building. >> it's 53 degrees. fall is nearing. >> absolutely. it is colder today than yesterday morning. cool econd day of the morning temperatures. there you can see skies are morning.s 54 in the district, 48 in dallas, 45 in petersburg, 46 at gaithersburg. 70-75 for the high temperature today. there's rain in the seven-day forecast. eight coming up in about minutes. let's check on traffic with angela. >> uneventful for the most part out there. are heading in from virginia, a live look at the 95.ngfield interchange on fredericksburg through falmouth, construction is gone. southbound at about 3 there is a leadinge that will be momentarily. beltway, from the inner to route 7, both ramps are closed and an overnight works on as well. be out of that will the way momentarily. back to you. >> thank you. 4:45, 53 degrees. >> another honor for the late investigators searching for shot a manwho park bank.akoma suspect -- the suspect mondayhed the victim night. then the suspect shot the victim and stole money from him. the victim is expected to survive. it's not clear what exactly led to
of my colleague and friend, kai wilson forsley. every day, kai works for public access, the citizens of san francisco, the underrepresented, and usually the undersupported for public access to key cultural, financial, and political information. she mentioned voter registration. this is what she does every day for the 99%. and if the one shows up, them too. one of the great critiques that the average person has about government is that government isn't working and we don't know why. so we need greater public access to critical government information and that's one of the things the sunshine ordinance task force is very good at. i know that if kai wilson forsley is appointed nothing will get in the public's way of getting this information because she's breaking down critical information for us every single day, through the san francisco public library, and the many nonprofit areas that she's responsible for. so i give her my highest recommendation. thank you. >> chair kim: thank you. >> ♪ the appointments have begun, before the rising sun-shine will fly, so many city roads to choose.
your voice southbound the inner loop it will take to the woodrow wilson bridge. relatively light on the outer loop from the woodrow wilson to 50, 19 minutes. open at dale city. 15 minutes from dale city to the on 95. beltway it's a good morning again to .ou students going back to class capitol heights this morning without a classmate. 18-year-old marckel ross was while walking to central high school yesterday morning. gonzalez has the latest on the investigation. this central high school was half way to school when he was gunned down. figure outtrying to targeted. prince george's county police intensifying the search this morning looking for the person group responsible for the heights highitol student marckel ross. the 18-year-old was shot while walking to central high school. >> he was a kind person >> . he was found in his school uniform with his book bag. investigators say the cases wide-open if. motive, lead, or suspect. his family cannot understand why him especiallyrt if on a walk and he did to times.hundreds of very athletic, loved dance, always made you feel something wa
south of town in oxon hill here at route 210. nice and quiet to the wilson bridge as all of your major thoroughfares coming from the south. kenilworth avenue, only the right lane gets by. more traffic coming up at 4:55. >>> time for your first money segment ever the morning. -- of the morning. >> we're focusing on europe yet again. wall street waiting to see what comes from european's central bank meeting. analysts are hopeful officials will announce a bond buying program aimed at keeping interest rates lower. on wall street stocks were mixed after profit warnings from fed ex. the dow stands today at 13,047. nasdaq was down by almost 6 and the s&p 500 was down by one and a half. >>> wall street didn't seem too impressed with nokia's entry into the smartphone competition. shares fell 16% after it unveiled its product. it runs on the microsoft windows 8 platform. we might not see it in stores next month well after apple is expected to unveil the iphone. many cell phone users say they didn't -- they've decided not to use applications on their phone because of privacy concerns. some apps,
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of the beach boys, brian wilson, mike love, al jardine, bruce johnston and david marks, celebrated a golden anniversary this year with a new album and reunion shows on four continents. >> how did you decide to get back together? >> the 50th anniversary of our group. it makes a lot of sense, don't you think, a remarkable milestone. >> they've made a career of setting milestones. no american rock band has more top 40 hits. for all the high notes and harmonies, a discordant history hangs over the beach boys. >> you haven't always gotten along. >> that's true. >> in an interview on "cbs sunday morning" earlier this year, mike love admitted drugs long ago divided the bachbd. >> there's myself and bruce and allen who didn't partake and the wilsons and other people around them were into anything and everything. >> how long a period was that? >> long enough. >> long enough to do some damage. >> reporter: and the damage was enduring. disputes over writing credits, royalties and publishing slowly drove the beach boys apart. in recent years the three founding members were each leading separate touring
second wii... ddring monday'ss got ppople talking..with less than 5 econdson the clock... russell wilson of the seahawks throws up the ail maay. seahawks wide receiver, olden pate comes down with the ball... but he asn't the only one.if you look closely... you ccn see packers ssfety, organ burnett ith a good rip as pell.it looks like the green bay defender comes down with the all... and wilson just has hhs hand onnit. but the referee ccmes back and ignals that it áisá a t-d... and they pete arroll ssoke out aftee the game... about the controversial call made by the ovee. and my hatssoff to these &pofffcials. they're doing everythhng they an. they have great pride, hey're working demonstrates how difficult it is, it's a very very complex process to make these decisions and handle these gamessann there's nothing easy abbut it." it."t-j lang... a guard for the packers... took to twitter harsh words.go... ith some he wrote quote - "any really thinks hey won that game has zero integrity as a embbrrassed."this may be part the t-d... bothhteams tarted leaving the field... but th
. >> i will go see that. definitely. >>> up next we'll have "pitch perfect." remember rebel wilson from "bridesmaids?" she's in the movie. really, really funny girl. anna kendrick, britney snow, like a "glee" movie. about becca, anna kendrick, a girl would rather listening to what is coming out of her headphones than a person talking to her. she loves to sing. and she basically gets in with another group of girls, all different types of girls, mean girls, nerd girls, but they all have something in common. they love to sing. take a listen to this. >> i don't know. >> the rubbing together of your vocal chord at above normal rates without proper lubrication. >> isn't that painful? why would you keep performing? >> because i love to sing. >> when my lady doctor told me i shouldn't have sex for six weeks. i did it any way. >> you should really listen to your doctor. >> i'm already laughing. rotten tomatoes gave it a 75% rating. not as good as "looper." and "new york daily news" says it has a pretty >>> this morning on "world news now" -- deadly shooting developing overnigh
is pleading guilty. natalia wilson will serve two consecutive life terms without parole for stabbing a woman and her 8-year-old son. wilson had been married to the boy's father. court documents show wilson confessed to the murders saying she was jealous of her husband's relationship with his ex-wife. ex-wife. >>> another big story we are following this morning. iphones an ipads under attack. a hacker group claims that it stole personal information about apple device owners from and fbi laptop. melanie alnwick joins us live with more now. >> the group calls itself antisec or antisecurity and its goal basically it to steal and leak any classified government information. so here is what happens them say they got one million apple i. d. 's and user names connected to them and posted them on this web site. you can take a look right here at all the of the information available. antisec says the entire file contained user names, zip codes, cell phone numbers and addressed but it chose just for post the device name and number. it got the file of all these apple i. d. s by hacking in the laptop of an
quarterback russell wilson throws a hail mary up for grabs. in the end zone, it appears to seahawks receiver golden tate receives a pass interference penalty. then the ball is intercepted. ultimately the six points is awarded to seattle. it has players and fans scratching their heads. >> how does jennings not get credit for the interception? i have no idea. >> don't ask me a question about the officials, all right? we'll just cut to thelook at th then the fact it was reviewed is awful. that's all i'm going to say about it. >> it seems like aaron rodgers holding back a little bit too. the call has started a firestorm of criticism online. after the game, packers players took out their frustration on twitter. wide receiver greg jennings posted, "nfl come on man. can't even be upset anymore. all i can do is laugh. laugh at the nfl for allowing america's game to come to this." and tight end tom crabtree tweeted, "13th man beat us tonight." and other words for the league so strong we can't show them to you on air. this is a big mess for the nfl for sure. >>> a wisconsin law maker took it a bit fur
to the wilson bridge. back over to our maps and this time to the other side of town. inbound i-66 looking good into centreville toward fairfax and the beltway. the beltway looks good as well. entire western stretch of town. we'll go outside live one more time and show what you it looks like on the beltway at route 4, pennsylvania avenue. no issues again in prince george's county. i'll be back with more coming up at 5:25. back to you guys. >>> of the nationals, three remaining series, two of them are with the phillies including the one that starts tonight. >>> monday night play that got a wisconsin state senator so mad, he tweeted out n.f.l. commissioner roger goodell's phone number. that story is coming up in sports. >>> now we want to take another look at the question of the day. women are responsible for buying 80 % of this item even though both genders use it. is it a, makeup, b, deodorant, or c, shampoo. >> one morning fan wrote c, shampoo. he's from alabama. >> log on to the wusa9 facebook fan page and leave your response. we'll reveal the answer during the 6:00 hour. we'll be back. >>> 5
wisconsin governor scott walker become pro-u.n.? >> the packers play it at the goal line as wilson scrambles to keep it alive. the game's final play, a wilson lo to the end zone. which is fumbled by tate with jennings sultaneous. who s it who do they give it to? touchdown! >> well, one result of that, the anti-union pro-packers governor of wisconsin scott walker wants the union refs back on the field after the substitute refs gave the catch in that game last night to seattle. puann.t me finh wi thi top acks from voting. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> take a look this head-scratcher of a poll number from the new cnbc poll. 55% say the economy is worse. ju 22% say it's better. when asked which candidate is better for the economy, 43% say president obama. 34%, only 34%, say mitt romney. put that together, tse sets of numbers. >>> welcome back to "hardball." with just six weeks to go to the election and recent gains in swing states by president obama, democrats are allowing themsees to begin thinking about what a second obama presidential term woulbe l what it woullookike. s
this international effort. >> if you traveled along wilson boulevard in roz lin friday you may have done a double take. >> you heard of jack in the beanstock? i thought the giant fell down and brought his cart with him. >> cost cogone crazy. >> a jumbo shopping cart collecting donated clothes for the homeless rolled into this grass covered parking lot. a few feet down? a patio table and chairs, an invitation for the public to kick back and relax. >> what in the world is going on here? and stop and see what's going on. >> she helped transform this space. she's a visual arts curator here in arlington and a big supporter of parking day. it's basically shedding a light to talk about how much room we reserve just to park our cars. >> it began in 2005 with a single parking spot in san francisco gone green. last year more than 1000 pop up parks in 162 cities in six continents. this year, parking spots in front of the wilson building perfect for picnics. >> every place is green. >> i think having spaces for community time is really important. >> some say it's a fun i
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